When a guideline is not available for the project you are proposing, a complete application is needed.
Applications must include:
- A site plot/plan.
Note: Applications without a diagramed site plot/plat plan will not be accepted.
- Information sufficiently detailed to permit understanding and evaluation of your proposal.
- Dimensions, materials colors.
- Landscaping and or screening plans, as applicable. See GUIDELINE No. 28 –LANDSCAPING. See GUIDELINE No. 47-SCREENING.
Conclusion: It is impossible to write guidelines necessary to cover all exterior changes. When a guideline is not available for the project you are proposing, a complete application is needed. Emphasis should be placed on proper scale, materials, color and impact on neighboring properties. It should be noted that certain lots are not conducive to certain architectural and landscape changes. You must complete and submit an application prior to embarking on any project for which an application is required. Approval or disapproval of any proposed exterior change is within the discretion of the RHAC.